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May 28, 2017
Witnesses: Warriors and Waterers – Acts 1:6-14, John 17:1-11
Jesus promised power for his followers as he was leaving them to return to his Father's side. What was the purpose of that power to be his witnesses? Did Jesus have an aggressive, warlike life akin to the crusades in mind? Or was it the sharing of power to nurture and grow a new way of living?  "Witnesses: Warriors and Waterers" is this Ascension Sunday message by Pastor Frank Reeder.
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  • May 28, 2017Witnesses: Warriors and Waterers – Acts 1:6-14, John 17:1-11
    May 28, 2017
    Witnesses: Warriors and Waterers – Acts 1:6-14, John 17:1-11
    Jesus promised power for his followers as he was leaving them to return to his Father's side. What was the purpose of that power to be his witnesses? Did Jesus have an aggressive, warlike life akin to the crusades in mind? Or was it the sharing of power to nurture and grow a new way of living?  "Witnesses: Warriors and Waterers" is this Ascension Sunday message by Pastor Frank Reeder.
  • May 21, 2017Not Far Away – Acts 17:22-31
    May 21, 2017
    Not Far Away – Acts 17:22-31
    Pastor Frank Reeder speaking on the classic address by the Apostle Paul on Mars Hill. He considers the nearness of the Creator as Paul speaks to people who love new ideas. Five major threads are discovered in the speech.
  • May 14, 2017A Sign of Hope – Matthew 14:1-14; Acts 7:55-60
    May 14, 2017
    A Sign of Hope – Matthew 14:1-14; Acts 7:55-60
    "A Sign of Hope" by Pastor Frank Reeder encourages us to recognize that no matter how deep the valley, it does not last forever. Fixing our gaze on God in Christ gives us a sign of hope.
  • May 7, 2017Devoted – Acts 2:42-47
    May 7, 2017
    Devoted – Acts 2:42-47
    Fourth Sunday of Easter. When somebody takes your place in doing a dirty job, even saving your life, it ramps up your loyalty towards them. Pastor Frank Reeder preaching.
  • Apr 30, 2017Slow Food – Luke 24:13-34
    Apr 30, 2017
    Slow Food – Luke 24:13-34
    Third Sunday of Easter. Eating together without the pressures of rushing through the meal is a necessity, not a luxury. Pastor Frank Reeder teaches from the story of the Emmaus Road where the disciples' hearts burn within them as they walk with the risen Christ.
  • Apr 23, 2017He’s Alive! Whatcha Gonna Do Now? – Acts 2:22-31
    Apr 23, 2017
    He’s Alive! Whatcha Gonna Do Now? – Acts 2:22-31
    On this second Sunday of Easter, Pastor Frank Reeder visits with Peter as he and the disciples filled with the Holy Spirit boldly take the message of crucifixion and resurrection to the streets of Jerusalem. He presents evidence that requires some kind of decision.
  • Apr 16, 2017With Fear and Great Joy – Matthew 28:1-10
    Apr 16, 2017
    With Fear and Great Joy – Matthew 28:1-10
    Easter dawns with hope mixed with fear and joy. This crush of emotion is challenging to sort out. We fear what we do not understand. Even joy brings tears. Pastor Frank Reeder shares his take on the Easter morning surprise by two women as they go the the tomb.
  • Apr 9, 2017Christopher – Matthew 21:1-11
    Apr 9, 2017
    Christopher – Matthew 21:1-11
    Palm Sunday. What does it mean to be a donkey who bears the Christ into the city where he will be executed? by Pastor Frank Reeder.
  • Apr 2, 2017Let Us Also Go, so that We May Die with Him – John 11:1-45
    Apr 2, 2017
    Let Us Also Go, so that We May Die with Him – John 11:1-45
    Pastor Dan Dutton preaching
  • Mar 26, 2017Born to Reveal God’s Glory – John 9:1-12
    Mar 26, 2017
    Born to Reveal God’s Glory – John 9:1-12
    The reason we were created was to bring glory to God. "Born to Reveal God's Glory" by Pastor Frank Reeder opens up the story of the man who was blind and the discussion as to whose fault it was. The explanation of Jesus is that it is no one's fault, but so people would see God's power and bring him glory.